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(Spring 2012) The seminar will begin by calling into question the defining dogmas of the Philosophy of Science and then proceed to investigate critically the pioneering attempts of Aristotle, Kant, and Hegel to obtain a priori knowledge of nature. Texts: Aristotle, Complete Works, Vol. 1 (Oxford: Oxford U. Press, 1984; ISBN-10: 0691099502) Foster, Michael B. "Christian Theology and Modern Science of Nature" (Part I, Mind, Vol. XLIV, No. 176, October 1935, p. 439-466; Part II, Vol....
Topics: philosophy, lecture, philosophy of science, philosophy of nature, aristotle, kant, hegel, foster,...
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(Spring 2017) This seminar investigates the psychology of will by critically examining works of Aristotle, Kant, Hegel, Woody, and Winfield. Please see the included syllabus for texts and schedule of readings.
Topics: philosophy, philosophy of mind, psychology, will, Aristotle, Kant, Hegel, Woody
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(Spring 2012) The course will critically examine what the economy should be and what relation the economy should have to the state. The fundamental options of economic theory will be examined in connection with the fundamental options of normative social and political philosophy, all in order to conceive the just economy and its relation to the just state. Texts: Aristotle, Politics (Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1996; ISBN-10: 0521484006) Hegel, G. W. F., Elements of the Philosophy of Right...
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(Spring 2015) The course will critically examine the fundamental approaches to the philosophical theory of knowledge. Please refer to the syllabus (pdf, below) for texts and schedule of readings.
Topics: winfield, philosophy, epistemology, aristotle, descartes, hegel, hume, kant, plato, sextus empiricus